A case of granular cell tumor with peritoneal infiltration
A 50-year-old woman was refered to our out-patientclinic for the evaluation of a ten-year history of subcutaneous tumor in her abdomen. On CT examination, she had a subcutaneous tumor measuring cal 7cm in diameter and the thick rectus abdominal muscle. Histopathologic examination of the biopsy specimen demonstrated granular cell tumor. At surgery, we noted peritoneal infiltration, but there was no infiltration of the internal organs in the abdominal cavity. Therefore, we removed the tumor with...[Show more]
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